Emergency responders in Fort Worth and all across Tarrant County answered hundreds of calls regarding vehicle accidents on icy roads Sunday.
Between Monday night and Tuesday morning, emergency crews responded to nearly 700 accidents across the Metroplex. And as is evident after a Dallas firefighter was killed, responding to those crashes can put first responders in jeopardy.
Snowfall, that began to pick up speed just as thousands of people headed out into it, caused headaches for commuters and congested roadways in Collin County.
Winter weather created hazardous conditions for drivers all across North Texas.
The Texas Department of Transportation prepared for potential ice and sleet Sunday, by pre-treating roads on the north side of the DFW Metroplex.
From interstates to highways to side streets — a sheet of ice, and in some cases snow and slush, covered North Texas roads for Friday morning’s commute.
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
Constructions zones creating dangerous, sometimes deadly, driving situations for DFW residents.
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Rain-slicked roads led to numerous highway accidents in Dallas and Fort Worth during the overnight hours.